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understanding lodash `.every` behavior

I have this very simple example that I cannot understand why it doesn’t work as I would expect. This returns false why???? Shouldn’t this code mean, if every property in the object fulfills this condition then return true? Answer For objects you should use a predicate like below : @Michael you are right. Documentation is not mentioning it explicitly. But

Lodash throttle firing multiple times

I am using lodash throttle like this I need to trigger this upon a certain notification event I am getting from a ws. So the idea was, if I get 10 notifications at almost the same time, to have the fetch function fire only once at the wait of 10 seconds. Instead, what is happening is that the fetch functions

Checking ‘undefined’ or ‘null’ of any Object

I am working on Angular project and time to time I used to have check undefined or null over Object or it’s properties. Normally I use lodash _.isUndefined() see example below: I couldn’t see any problem with it. But I had discussion with my colleague during review of above code. He was telling me that […]